We know what it’s like to struggle to get by as a new immigrant in a new country.
When my husband immigrated to the U.S. in 2013, there was nowhere for us to go to learn about how to open a U.S. bank account, sign up for a first-time credit card, or figure out other personal finance basics as an immigrant. It was very stressful and scary. We had to figure it all out and struggle by ourselves, and felt very alone.
We don’t want you to struggle like we did. That’s why we created Immigrant Finance, a personal finance blog for immigrants.
We created this course to share what we have learned along the way about money issues in a new country.
There are a lot of articles and resources on the internet about personal finance, but almost none that are specific to the immigrant experience.
This course cuts through all the personal finance noise out there to teach you the 5 personal finance steps that you really need to know about to begin to build stability and wealth in the U.S.
If you are looking for an overview of all personal finance topics and information, you will not find that here. In this course, we focus on what’s actually most important to transform your financial situation in a way that will most empower you.
In this challenging time for immigrants in the U.S., learning about personal finance is also an important step you can take to take action and develop stability in an uncertain world. We believe that personal finance is an important part of immigrants’ rights, and that immigrants deserve access to information about how to build wealth.
We look forward to helping you reach your fullest potential.
Note: This course focuses on personal finance for immigrants in the U.S., but many of the lessons apply worldwide.
Adina, the instructor, is an immigration attorney, a creative social entrepreneur, and the Founder of Immigrant Finance, a personal finance site just for immigrants. For her immigration-related projects, she has been highlighted in the Forbes 30 under 30 list, selected as a Fulbright Scholar, and awarded an Equal Justice Works fellowship.
To learn more about personal finance for immigrants, check out ImmigrantFinance [dot] com or email us a hello [@] immigrantfinance [dot] com and sign up for our email list.